We're not sure why they continue to invest in Transformers films as there doesn't seem to be a big demand for them, but they're going all in adding that a new animated series will be debuting on Nickelodeon and another CG theatrical film will be going into production as well.
However, Twitter couldn't resist making light of the World Health Organization's (WHO), naming of a new variant, Omicron, getting the term Decepticon trending as a result.
Looking at the truck that is Optimus Prime, it does more closely resemble the OG truck from the 80's than the newer "stylish" model used in the Michael Bay films.
Fishback delivered an amazing performance in the Oscar-nominated 'Judas & The Black Messiah' opposite Daniel Kaluuya.
Michael Bay’s live-action Transformers film franchise left much to be desired but luckily for us day-ones, Netflix is breathing new animated life into the classic 80’s cartoon series.
While Paramount Picture’s latest Transformers film Bumblebee might’ve flopped at the box office (even though it was the best in the entire Transformers film franchise), there’s still a fan base that treasures the 80’s cartoon series and Netflix is planning on appeasing those diehards.
Just a few weeks after Paramount announced that they were canceling Transformers 7 (about time), we get the first trailer to its spinoff Bumblebee (a.k.a. Transformers 6).
Bumblebee is getting his own movie. Optimus Prime’s trusty sidekick seen in all the live-action Transformers flicks is getting his own spinoff, and today (Jan. 3), we get a first look.
If you were one of those people wondering when the next G.I Joe movie was coming then this news should brighten up your day. According to reports, a new G.I Joe movie could possibly be the first movie to kickstart Hasbro’s new cinematic universe.
The latest Transformers: The Last Knight trailer features a whole lot of explosions and ill visuals. Most interesting may be Bumblee falling apart, literally.
You either hate or love, or are just indifferent to, Michael Bay’s Transfromers films, but you gotta admit that they’re visually stunning. In the latest trailer for Transformers: The Last Knight, Optimus Prime, who seems to have gone rogue, is catching mad bodies.